The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923, February 28, 1918, Image 6

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Their Uio May Be Adapted td the
Wishes of Housewives Food
Shortage In East la
Washington. With Director Oonoral
of Railroads McAdoo and Food Ad
ministrator Hoover holding each other
responsible tor tho crisis in tho food
supply, It liaB become known that tho
administration Is considering a procla
mation for a whcatlcss week through
out the country. Tho proposal of a
wheatlcss week Is an expedient for
saving and transporting wheat ,to tho
allies analogous to tho workloss and
beatlcss period enfdrced by tho admin
istration for tho purposo of saving and
transporting coal.
It tho administration decides upon
this course to this expedient, all patri
otic Americans will bo called upon to
abstain from eating wheat products for
sovon days, grocers will bo prohibited
from Boiling wheat flour to consumers
and Jobbers required to coaso supply
ing tho trado. Wheat and flour thus
savod will bo diverted directly from
elevators and mills to seaboard for
ahlpmont to Europe. Tho further ro
v ductlon of tho amount of barley al
lowed for brewing purposes Is also
undor consideration.
Food Shortage Grows Critical
Washington. Tho eastern part of
the United States facos a food short
age likely to contlnuo for tho next
sixty days.
In making this dlscloBuro Food Ad
ministrator Hoover declared that tho.
situation is tho most critical In tho
country's history and that in many of
tho largo consuming areas resorvo food
storos aro nt tho point of exhaustion.
Tho wholo blame is put by tho food
administration on railroad congestion,
which ho says also has thrown tho food
administration far behind in its pro
gram for feeding tho allies. The only
Bolutlon ho sees is a greatly Increased
rail movemont of foodstuffs' ovon to
the exclusion of much other commerce.
Housewives May Uae Them In Any
Way They Wlah
Washington. Housewives may uso
-wheat flour substitutes in any manner
they wish, tho food administration
points out In a statomont doclaring
ithat Bomo grocors havo misunderstood
tho wheab flour substitute rule and
aro requiring purchasers of wheat,
flour to agroo actually to uso 50 per
cont of othor cereals in the bread thoy
bako at homo.
Tho grocer Is required to sell ono
pound of substitute coreals with every
pound of wheat flour, but tho house
wife is freo to uso tho substitutes in
any way sho cheeses. Tho food admin
istration, however, has requested wom
en to bako a victory bread in their
homos containing 20 per cont or raoro
of wheat flour substitutes.
New Press Association Officers.
Lincoln. Tho Nebraska Press asso
ciation in session hero eloctod tho fol
lowing officers: President, C. D. Cass,
Ravenna News; vice-president, Will C.
Israel, Havolock Post; corresponding
secretary, A. D. Scott, Edgar Sun;
treasurer, Fran,k O. Edgecomb, Geneva
Signal. Mr. Cass was promoted, fol
lowing precedont, and Mr. Israel will
follow in his footstops lator. Mr. Scott
and Mr. Edgecombe woro ro-olocted
Four new mombors of tho oxecutlvo
committeo were elocted, as follows:
'For two years, Adam Breodo, Hastings
.Tribune; H. M. Davis, Ord Journal;
J. P. O'Fury, Cedar County Nowb; for
one yoar, E. It. Purcoll, Broken Bow
Tuscanla Victims peach 204.
London. Two hundred and four
AmorlcniiB lost tholr lives on tho Tus
canla, according to the latest figures
roceived at American army headquar
ters. Of this total there havo boon
Identified and burled, threo ofilcers and
137 mon; unidentified burled, ono of
flcor and thlrty-ono mon; missing (pre
sumably went down with tho ship),
thirty-two mon.
Crown Prince Sends Congratulations
Geneva, Switzerland. A telegram
from Cologno says tho Gorman crown
prince has telegraphed IiIb congratu
lations to tho different alrdomes in
Gormany on tho occasion of tho
100th air raid on London.
Favors $2.50 Wheat Price
Washington A favorable report on
tho Goro bill to Incrcaso the mini
mum prico for wheat of tho 1918
crop from 2 to $2.50 per bushel has
been mado today by tho sonata agri
cultural committee.
New Japanese Ambassador
Washington. Viscount Ktluijlso
Ishll has boon nppointed ambassador
for Japan to tho United States and
will soon reach Washington. Ho suc
ceeds Ambassador, Sato, who, takes a
place on tho unnsslgnctj roll of diplo
matic representatives in Toklo.
Stockholm. Travelers returning
from Russia report food conditions
desperate, Thoy say tho principal
gravo situation with regard to food is
in respect to bread, which contains
straw, and is almost uneatable.
T" fj rrTTiriiiTffiOTsBttsyst
Oklahoma Man Fears It If Farmers
are Not Encouraged
Washington -Wheatlcso days will
bo expanded Into wheatless weeks. In
the year 1910 unless something Is dono
to Btlmtitato production of wheat and
to rostoro confidence of tho wheat
raising farmor. This was tho prophecy
made boforo tho scnato committee on
agriculture by Charles D. Hydo, of tho
Oklahoma council of defense.
"Tho farmers are producing so little
wheat under tho present minimum of
$2 a bushel fixed by tho government,"
said Hyde, "that tho ubo of wheat will
havo to bo suspended for long periods
In 1019 in order to save wheat for tho
American and allied armies.
Hydo further declared that price-fixing
legislation so far has restricted
rather than stimulated, production.
Will Soon Call on Training Camps
Washington. Tho draft of tho sec
ond Incroment of 000,000 men to tho
national army will bo initiated about
May, according to an order awaiting
tho signature of Sccretnry of War
Dakar. Undor tho tentative plan tho
government will begin on May 1 call
ing to tho training camps each week
10,000 men of class 1 of tho body of
the registrants ns recently reclassified.
Tho men thus called to tho colors will
supplant on equal number of mon
of tho natlonul army and national
guard nvho will have complotcd prelim
inary training in this country and will
bo ready for transportation to Franco.
As transport capacity increases and
an Increasingly largo number of men
ia dispatched abroad from the training
camps tho weekly draft of men from
class 1 will be increased.
Ravaged by Civil War
London. Belated dispatches from
Russia furnlBh furthor revelations of
tho disordered conditions prevailing
throughout tho former omplre, ravaged
by civil war and apparently about to
bo subjected to another military at
tack by Qormany.
Tho thick ,of tho fighting has been
In tho Ukralno, from which fertile
region tho central powers havo been
confidently expecting shortly to so
euro supply of foodstuffs to replenish
tholr sadly depleted stocks.
Kiev, tho seat of tho government of
tho now Ukrainian republic, which
mado'peaco with Germany and Aus
tria, is rcportod to havo been captured
by tho bolshovlki after fighting in
which tho killed woro estimated at
4,000 and tho wounded at 7,000.
About tho Bamo tlmo there was a
battle in tho streets of Odessa, tho
great grain shipping port on the Black
Boa, in which hundreds of persons
wore killed and the city was bom
barded by warships.
Fatalities In Burlington Wreck.
Holdrogo, Neb. MrB. Nettlo Howo
of Eustls, and Gordon, hor 8-year-old
Bon, woro killed nnd twonty-flvo in
jured, two of them seriously, whon a
Burlington train was derailed four
mllcB cast of Curtis.
Tho train, west bound from Holdrego
to Sterling, Colo., was running about
twonty-flvo miles an hour, had just
emerged from a cut and was rounding
a slight curvo when tho crash camo.
Tho engine was not overturned, but
tho five cars toppled down tho fltteon
foot fill and wero badly splintered.
Flro broke out immediately and all
but tho mall car consumed, the latter
being badly damaged.
Asked to Spare the Pigeons
Washington. Tho army signal
corps has requested the public to re
frain from the shooting of pigeons.
Numerous; complaints havo been made
that carrier pigeons of tho racing
homer type havo been shot by hunt
ing expeditions, and tho Important
work of training tho birds for military
sorvlco has boon sorlously Interfered
with. Army pigeons aro labeled "U.
S. A. 18."
Finnish Capital Terrified
Stockholm. Tho rolgn of torror In
tho Finnish capital Is telling on tho
nerves of all tho Inhabitants. Evory
evening somo ot the men who havo
loft tholr homes and families in tho
morning fall to reappear In tho ovo
nlng. Tho approhonslon caused by
thoso disappearances ovon mon than
tho subsequent finding of tholr man
gled bodies In tho morgues nnd hos
pitals is shattering tho nerves of tho
women In Holslngfors.
French Pierce Teuton Lines
Paris. French troops havo pono
trated tho German lines northeast of
Courcy on tho Aisno front and ro
turned wltlh a number ot prisoners. A
lively artillery duel was maintained in
tho Chnmpagne notably In tho sector
of Butte du Mesnll, whero American
battorlos aro stationed. Tho light was
marked by vlolont bombardments on
tho right bank of tho Mouse and in
tho Woovro region. In upper Alsaco
tho French ropulsed a Gorman raid In
the district south ot Scppols.
Says Nebraska Boys are Living Woll
Lincoln, Nob. Prof. Lauronco Foss
lor, head of tho Gorman department
of tho univorslty, has returned from
Camp Funston, whoro ho vlsltod for
sovoral days with tho Nobraska boys.
Ho wob on tho wholo favorably im
pressed with conditions at tho camp,
and on his return was ot tho opinion
that Nobraska boys aro living lu a
more healthful environment nt Funs
ton than would bo possible If they worn
civilians. Ho described tho food ot tho
soldlors as being entirely wbolesomo,
and their clothing as entirely adequate
Treaty Has Been Signed by Canada,
Britain and United States
Coerced Into Signing
Washington. Futuro issues of tho
troasury certificates of indebtedness,
planned in preparation for tho third
liborty loan, will bear an interest rate
of 4V4 per cont, or ono-half per cont
moro than Issues of tho immediate
past. This announcement Is made by
Secretary McAdoo, togethor with tho
statement that tho $500,000,000 block
of certificates, closed last week, was
subscribed In full only because banks
In Now York and other big financial
centers took moro than their share and
offset tho scanty subscriptions from
tho rest of tho country. About $2,
500,000,000 In certificates remain to
be Issued at tho higher rato before tho
third loan rato for all will bo 4 per
This incrcaso in tho rato offers an
Indication of tho treasury's porspcctlvo
on money market conditions which
may affect tho next liberty loan.
Coerced Into Signing Treaty
London. Russia has been forced
to sign peaco upon tho conditions
proposed by Germany, says nn of
ficial Russian statement received here.
The official statement was signed by
Premier Lcnino nnd Leon Trotzky,
tho foreign minister. It protests
against tho German resumption of
tho wnr and says tho council of peo
ple's commissioners Is now forced to
dcclaro its readiness to sign a peace,
as dictated by delegation of the
quadruplo alliance at Brest-Lltovsk.
It promises to give" n dotalled reply
without delay to tho German peace
conditions. Tho statement was trans
mitted through tho wireless toleg
raphy stutlons of tho Russian gov
ernment to tho government of tho
German empire at Berlin.
Treaty Has Been Signed by Canada,
Britain and United States
Washington. Signing of tho army
draft between Great Britain nnd tho
United States has been announced.
Tho now British ambassador, Earl
Reading, affixed his signature' to tho
document as his first official act in
Undor tho treaty tho United States
ma draft into tho military sorvlco
British subjects in this country bo
tweon tho ages of 20 and 45 years;
while Great Britain may draft Amer
ican citizens living within its Juris
diction between tho ages of 21 and
31. It was announced that a sim
ilar treaty with Canada has been
Flour Mills Ordered to Close Down
Kansas City Mo. An order has boon
issued by A. J. Hunt-, chairman of tho
southwestern milling division of the
federal administration, directing all
flour mills that havo ground 75 per
cent ot tho normal amount handled in
the last threo years to suspend opera
tions immediately. About seventy 'of
the GOO mills in the division will bo af
fected. Tho territory Includes Texas,
Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska, Colo
rado, Utah and western Missouri.
Ex-Prcsldent Issues Warning.
Chicago. William H. Taft, former
presldont, warned tho JackleB at tho
Great Lakes naval training station
against tho machinations of "whisper
ing pro-Gormans and pacifists," in nn
addross horo. Ho alBo declared that
Germany had murdered 14,000 mon,
womon and children 200 of them
Americana in ruthless submarine
Raised More Than Draft Asked
Lincoln, Neb. Several counties of
Nobraska will not bo required to
send any mon to Camp FuitBton In
the coming mobilization of tho last
15 per cont of tho first draft quota,
because of tho fact that thoy havo
inducted moro men Into aervlco than
thoy Owed.
Receives Son's Medal of Honor.
Gllddon, la. II. D. Hay. father of
Merle Hay, GUddcn, la., boy who was
ono of tho first threo American sol
diers to give their lives In Franco, has
Just rocolvcd tho French "Croix do
Guerro" modal which was awarded to
tho son by tho French government in
momory of his bravory. It Is of heavy
bronze, shaped like a maltcso cross.
London. Eight British craft which
wero hunting submarines havo boon
sunk by a raiding flotilla of enomy do
stroycrs, It Is announced officially.
Last Quota to Training Camps
Lincoln Govornor Novlllo haB ro
colved word that tho last 15 por cont
of Nebraska's quota undor tho draft
act will bo movod to training camps
betweon March 4 and March 0. It Is
believed tho men will bo sent direct
to a special camp noar Fort Riley for
a preliminary training ot thirty days
and then to trained organizations at
Camp Funston. A schodulo of train
servico is being prepared by Governor
Novillo and Cnpt. Walter L. Audorson,
provost marshal, with tho aid ot rail
way passenger officials.
wMnmmmnU,vH,mhi, jsjjsnn i mil -a mmmm y"'
tats Supreme Court Hands Down
Decision In Famous O'Connor Case.
Back to Lower- Court.
, The state supremo court hns ruled
that tho stute of Nebraska cannot
maintain its suit for possession of
tho property of John O'Connor, who
died in Hastings, owning valuable
farms In Adams county, nnd which
the state has laid claim to becnuso of
alleged lack of proper heirs of the
docensed, until nil private claimants
.to the estate, totaling about ICO, have
had a chnnce to present their claims
In tho probnto court of Adams county.
Tho enso Is ordered back to the
Adams county district court, with in
structions to abate nny further pro
ceedings until the probnto court has
entered final Judgment
Governor Novlllo announced that ho
Is considering the calling of a spe
cial session of tho legislature to enact
laws to provide menns whereby Ne
braska soldiers, not members of tho
regulnr nnny, may voto during their
terms of service Tho announcement
was made following a decision by
Judge Day In tho district court nt
Omnha that soldiers In any arm of tho
service, enlisted after the outbreak of
tho wnr, arc entitled to the right of
franehtso while serving In the nrmy.
The purpose of the legislation sought
is to provldo the machinery for tho
soldier vote
A suggestion that tho sugar fac
tories In western Nebraska might be
utilized ns starch factories for hand
ling the potato crop made by Chancel
lor Avery of the state university hns
not met with favor from tho factory
owners. It is claimed that If the po
tato crop Is handled by the sugar fac
tories, It will result In the reduction
of the sugar beet acreage
The Itulo Reporter ha8 been pur
chased by Mrs. Lnrcum, editor of the
Globe ut White Cloud, Kob. The com
bined papers will bo called the Globe
Reporter and circulated In both Itulo
and White Cloud.
Mrs. Idn Hermann of Lincoln,
mother of Fred W. Hermann, victim
of the Tuscanla, whose body was bur
ied in Scotlnnd, with 103 other bodies,
has asked the Wnr department to
send tho body to Lincoln.
Lutherans of Nebraska aro expect
ed to raise $10,000 of the $700,000 for
soldiers' and snllors' welfare work,
which was decided upon at n meeting
of tho national Lutheran commission
In Pittsburgh.
The Nebraska branch of the divi
sion of four-mlnuto men of the United
States committee on nubile Informa
tion now includes 20-1 cities nnd
The stato board of control will not
permit the uso of convicts at the state
penitentiary In making of roadways
in the state, as suggested by the last
Nebraska millers havo been notified
by tho federal food administration
that when they lmvo ground 75 per
cent of the senson's ullotment of
wheat they must shut down.
For the purposo of conserving tho
egg supply tho federal food adminis
tration has ordered that no hens be
slaughtered between February 23 and
May 1.
Six school districts surrounding the
town of Phillips, In Hamilton couuty,
have voted to consolidate the districts
Into ono school.
At n thrift stamp rally nt Geneva
pledges wero signed which puts tho
district $7,000 ahead of its apportion
ment. Elizabeth Montague chapter, D. A.
It., of Beatrlco Is arranging for the
annual state convention to be held In
that city March 10, 20 and 21.
The total actual cash wnr saving
stamp sale for Nebraska up to Feb
ruary 8, 1018, wob $4,020,001, accord
ing to official figures.
Every county In Northwest Nebras
ka was represented nt the dedication
of the east wing of the S,tatc Normal
School at Chndron.
An nrillnnnco Is before the city
commissioners of Omnlin to permit
Jitneys to operate In the city under a
small license
Omnhn Is making n concerted ef
fort to bring tho nntlonnl swine show
to tho city -again for 1018. St. Louis
nnd Peoria, 111., arc after tho show.
Twenty-sir thousand dollar"' worth
of thrift stamps woro sold nt n big
pntrlotlc rnlly at Madison.
An attack on the referendum peti
tion against tho suffrage law ennefced
by the last legislature, was mndo In
Lincoln when attorneys representing
the Equal Suffrage association, filed
a suit In the Lancaster district court
asking u restraining order preventing
Secretary of Stnto Pool from submit
ting the referendum petition to a vote
of tho people Tho suit attacks tho
legality of 14,000 out of tho 32.0S0
signers of tho referendum petition
nnd chnrges of forgery and fraud nre
Tho Norfolk Landwchr Vercln, uu
organization composed of former
Germnn soldlors, has n now title It
Is now known as tho Columbia Club
of Norfolk. Charges preferred
ngninst tho club by tho county coun
cil of defonso resulted In tho chnngo
of the name Tho German flag own
ed by tho club was torn to pieces by
its officers.
Gngo county millers have signed nn
agreement not to exchange flour for
whent unless tho owner of tho wheat.
Is willing to take nn equal amount of
wheat substitute
Douglas county has tho highest tax
lovy of any county in tho state, ac
cordlnc to a compilation prepared by
Secretary Bcneckcr of the state bonrd
of equalization. Tho tnx levy in
Douglas is 1C0 mills. McPherson is
tho lowest, with a levy of but 28 mills.
Flro of a unnknown origin de
stroyed ho cntiro wnrcroom stock of
N. H. Hnncy & Co., manufacturers of
horso collars, harness nnd leather
goods at Hastings. The loss Is plnced
nt $50,000. Tho company has been
filling large war contracts for somo
Puul S. McAulay of Omaha was
named superintendent of the stnto in
dustrial school for girls ut Geneva by
stute board of control. Ho succeeds
Miss Lydlu .7. McMnhon, who recent
ly resigned nt tho request of tho
bonrd, following developments regard
Irig relations of the bandmaster, Prof.
Fugitu, nnd ono of the young women
West Point Homo Guard company
now comprises nearly 500 men, with
a prospect of many more yet to Join.
E. J. Pattou of Stella, who has a
contract to furnish walnut logs for
tho manufacture of gun, stocks ex
pects to muko a shipment of about 25
cur londs before long.
Omuha Ministerial union unani
mously passed resolutions Indorsing
prohibition. Tho numo of Cardinal
Gibbons of the Catholic church, who
recently reaffirmed his opposition to
prohibition, was mentioned in the dls
cusslou. Thu Tecumsch homo guards are
drllllug regularly. It was onb of tho
llrst compnnles organized In the stato
and Is now considered ono of the most
active. The totnl active membership
Is 148 men, and of this number twenty-seven
are veterans of tho civil war.
Tho Omaha chamber of commerco
has voted fuvorubly on the resolution
circulated by tho chamber of com
merco of tho United States, which
proposes to avoid an economic wnr
with Germnny after present hostili
ties. Tho Masonic temple craft of Omaha
will present a service Hug to tho stock
holding bodies of tho Masonic temple
on March 1, who will In turn dedlcute
It. This flag has 400 stars uud Is said
to bo ono of tho largest In tho United
Tho Lincoln Traction Co. lost its
fight before the state railway commis
sion for nn emergency fare of 5 cents
straight replacing tho slx-for-n-quar-ter
ruto which has been In force In
tho city for years.
The test case Involving tho soldier
voting lnw has reached tho Nebraska
supremo court on un appeal from
Douglas county. It has been nd
vunced for urgument by tho court fori
Its next sitting, beginning March 4.
Tho Nebruska recreation hall, rec
ently dedicated nt Cump Funston, hns
a seating capacity for 2,000 persons.
It Is described ns an Ideal structure
and as ono of the finest at any can
tonment In tho country.
Tho Big Chief Oil & Gns compnny's
well near Red Cloud has renched a
dopth of 1,825 feet. The drill Is going
through n stratum of bluo shale and
experienced oil men state that the
prospect for finding oil Is Excellent.
The proposed plnn to havo a county
farm agent appointed In Buffalo coun
ty Is meeting with considerable op
position. It Is stated nn organized
effort Is under foot to defeat the
agent plnn.
Creto Red Cross workers have sent
the following pieces to Chicago: Ono
hundred thirty-three sweaters, 104
pairs of socks, 04 pnlrs of wristlets,
28 mufflers nnd .08 helmets.
Two hundred' thousand bushels of
Nobraska potatoes hnvo gone to ruin
In Box Butto county, nlone, becnuso
of lack of market facilities, according
to reports.
The Lincoln school bonrd hns abol
ished spring vacations, to reloaso
12,000 pupils two weeks earlier for
farm work.
Twenty Nebrnska chapters of the
National League for Women's Serv
ico will attend tho stute convention at
Omaha February 28.
Webster county furmers will held
a big mass meeting at Red Cloud next
Saturday to consider employing a
county ngent.
Schools of Valley will hold Satur
day sessions for tho remainder of the
year In order that the larger boys
may bo released early for furin work.
Bentrlcc Elks recently celebrated
tho fiftieth nnnlversary of tho found
ing of tho order.
Tho unnunl Nebraska stato bowline
tournament will bo held In Omuha
March 10 to 24.
According to State Auditor Smith,
tnxes duo "for stato administration
from 1017 nsscssments amount to
$4,471,517.13, based on nn assessed
valuation of $527,200,000. On this
basis, tho nctunl tax valuation ot Ne
braska Is $2,(130,018,330 five 'times
the assessed valuation.
Following reports thnt a grent
spring whent seed shortago existed In
Madison county nn Investigation
brought to light that farmers In tho
county uro holding largo quantities of
seed whent for higher prices.
Stato Engineer Johnson has pre
pared a tablo showing division of Ne
braska Into nineteen good road dis
tricts, and giving the federal fund al
lotment for each district. Tho total
federal appropriation for tho stnto Is
$3,107,bll.24 for tho next flvo years,
$1,200,308.75 or which is to be spent
this yenr.
Tho State Banking Board hns beer,
notified that tho Third State Bank ot
Wood Lake has gono Into voluntary
liquidation. Wod Lake has a popu
lation of about 300, and has three
Should Read Mr. Monyhan's
Letter Published by
Her Permission.
Mitchell, Ino. "Lyd.aRPinkham
vegetable Compound helped mo so much
during tne time 1
was lookingforward
to the coming of my
little ono that I am
recommending it to
mothers. Be for
taking it, somo day
I suffered with neu
ralgia so badly that
I thought I could
not livo. but after
taking three bottle)
of LydiaE. Pink
ham's Voge table
Compound I was en
tirely relieved of
neuralgia, 1 had
gained in strength
and was able to go
around and do all
my housework. My baby when seven
months old weighed 19 pounds and I feel
better than I have for a long time. I
never hod any medicine do me so
much good. "Mrs. Pearl Monyhan,
Mitchell. Ind.
Good health durinor matornltv is
most important factor to both mother
and child, and many letters have been
received by tho Lydla E. nnknam.
Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass., telling of
health restored duringthiB trying period
by the uso of Lydia E. Pinkhanvs Vege
table Compound.
Small Plit
Small Dose
Small Price
have stood the test of time.
Purely vegetable. Wonderfully
quick to banish biliousness,
headache, indigestion and to
clear up a bad complexion. ,
Genuine bears signature .
Generally Indicate a lack
of Iron In the Blood
Carter's Iron Pills
Will help this condition
rM I N N I X lngton.O.O. UookirM.IH(h-
M S"ll I W references. Beet resells.
Two Classes of Women.
In this country tho women are di
vided into two main classes thoso
who don't believe all their husbands
tell them and those who haven't any
husbands. Indianapolis News.
Important to Mothers
Examine carefully every bottlo of
OASTORIA, that famous old remddy
for Infants nnd children, and see that It
Bears the
Signature of (
In use for Over SO Years.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria
Between Girls.
"Jack declnrcs he'll go crazy If I
don't marry him." "Ah I Then Micro's
no hope for him either way."
No Raise
In Price
Of This
Great Remedy'
The standard cold cure for 2 0 yean
la tablet form safe, (ore, no opiates
cures cold In 34 hours pip in 3
days. Moneybackifitfails. Oct the
genuine box with Red top and Mr.
Hill's cloture on it.
Costs less, gives
more, saves money.
24 Tablets for 2tc.
At Any Drue Store
will reduce inflamed, swollen
Joints, Sprains, Bruises, Soft
uunencs; Heals uous, roll
Evil, Qulttor, Fistula and
Infected sores quickly
as it it a positive antiseptic
and germicide. Pleasant to
oki does not blister or rtmore
the balr, and yon can work lbs bone,
S2.i0ccr bottle, dcllrercd.
Boole 7 R free.
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redacts Palatal. Swollen Vela. Wen. Strains. Bnuieii
topi pals sad Inflammation. Price Sl.tS per boats at
dealers or dcUmed. Will ten yon nor If yoa writs.
Ubcral Trial Bottle for 10c la stamps.
&a3i Soothe Your
gr Itching Skin
l( w.ih Guticura
ySoas 2Se. Oiaraeat 25c 50c
redanrerouf. Relief Is prompt from FUo's '
Remedy for Coughs and Colds. BoectlTe and
safe for yonns and old. No opiates la
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